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"No Me Enseñaste"
Single by Thalía
from the album Thalía
Released July 2002
Format CD
Recorded 2002
Genre Latin pop
Length 4:26
Label EMI Latin
Writer(s) Estéfano
Julio Reyes
Producer Estéfano
Thalía singles chronology
"Tú Y Yo"
(2002)
"No Me Enseñaste"
(2002)
"¿A Quién Le Importa?"
(2003)

"No Me Enseñaste" (English: You Did Not Teach Me) is one of the most successful singles of Thalía to date, taken off her selftitled studio album Thalía. It was released as the second single in America, meanwhile it was released as the third one in Europe.

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The song was written by Estéfano and Julio Reyes, and produced by Estéfano. The music video for this single was directed by Antti Jokinen and shot in New York, on this video, Thalía sings with a band in a garage, and in some scenes she sings under the rain. The video was broadcast for first time in August 2002.

Track listings

CD single

  1. "No Me Enseñaste" – 4:25
  2. "No Me Enseñaste" [Marc Anthony Mix / Salsa Remix] – 4:30
  3. "No Me Enseñaste" [Estéfano Mix / Dance Remix] – 4:18
  4. "No Me Enseñaste" [Regional Version] – 3:05

Official Remixes/Versions

  • Album Version
  • Marc Anthony Mix / Salsa Remix
  • Estéfano Mix / Dance Remix
  • Regional Version
  • Pablo Flores Club Mix (Unreleased)

Chart performance

On the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart in United States the single debuted at number 49 in the week of August 24, 2002[1], and climb to number-one nine weeks later[2], becoming Thalía's third chart topper there (and second consecutive). No Me Enseñaste spent two weeks at pole position, twelve non-consecutive weeks in the Top Ten and 28 weeks in the chart[3].

Chart performance

Chart (2002) Peak
Position
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks 1[4]
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay 3[5]
U.S. Billboard Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay 1[6]
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 103[7]

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